I am a mathematics student at the University of Michigan.
In Summer 2020, I worked on an REU project at the University of Michigan with Professor Karol Koziol on Extensions of Irreducible Representations of Quaternion Algebras over p-adic Fields. On July 30, 2020, I gave a presentation at the University of Michigan Mathematics REU Seminar Series on this project.
In July 2019, I gave a poster presentation at FPSAC 2019 in Ljubljana, Slovenia, titled Triangulations of the product of spheres with few vertices. I also presented a software demonstration on behalf of Lorenzo Venturello titled Balanced triangulations on few vertices and an implementation of cross-flips.
During Summer 2019, I participated in the Cornell Summer Program for Undergraduate Research, working on Computations in derived algebraic geometry and equivariant cohomology with Professor Harrison Chen. I worked with Juntai Zhou and Ying Wang, and our project was The Inverse Problem for Rational Equivariant Cohomology. On July 24, 2019, we gave a presentation at the SPUR Undergraduate Research Forum on this project.
I completed an REU project in Summer 2018 at the University of Michigan with Professor Hailun Zheng on Balanced Triangulations of Sphere Products with Minimal Vertices. On July 19, 2018, I gave a presentation at the University of Michigan Mathematics REU Seminar Series on this project.
In Fall 2020, I am a course assistant for Math 395: Honors Analysis I, taught by Professor Zaher Hani.